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, they believe in the same things that mr. vega was mentioning, love kindness, i think that's why we all do this work but there are individuals like my mother, maybe like his son who need a little bit of extra help. i think that sometimes oftentimes clients see judges differently than they see their doctors. they are more line listening to judges than their doctors and than can be a very effective push into treatment, and that sometimes not pushing them in that way prevents them from getting into treatment in the beginning. what i found is that that is the first step to recovery. once they are in treatment, they continue to receive treatment voluntarily. but sometimes some individuals need a little bit of extra help. that's how i see -- actually one thing that, i think it's also important to distinguish between making diagnosis, i think the diagnosis of schizophrenia or bypass bipolar is very clearly state. the fact that one has an illness or not is not in the criteria. >> we have an audience. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> we have an audience question for eduardo vega. for the severely men
's law is not forced treatment. i don't know why mr. vega keeps using that word because laura's law is an upfront tool before somebody needs crisis. if they are proven to be a danger to themselves or someone else, a judge tries to get a treatment team and they try to talk with this person and figure out a way for them to stay out of the hospital. we have forced treatment, we have 51/50. my son has been through 51/50 numerous times. he's been slammed with this. this is a horrible experience. laura's law is a tool, only a tool that may help. for whoever can help, and thank god they don't to have go through the other part. i would say the same thing as this officer said is that some people can't help themselves. the not civil to sit here and watch people lose their lives. i can tell you that. i have been in groups for 4-and-a-half years. i have heard many family members. their children are losing their lives, families are in severe stress. we have find something else. not our 51/50, not our 52/50s. we are waiting for people in crisis before we do it. thank you, eduardo i want to give
. receive some more applause. >> mr. nely, did you attend the 2010 western regional conference in las vegas? >> mr. chairman, on the advice of my counsel, i respectfully decline to answer based upon my fifth amendment constitutional privilege. >> i think the government agencies have almost gotten incestuous that, ok, i'll lookt other way on what you're doing if you look the other way on what i'm doing. >> we're facing a very serious fiscal situation. the last four years we've experienced deficits of over $1 trillion a year. we've never had a trillion dollar deficit. >> we're running trillion dollar deaf sifments the way you get rid of it is a billion at a time >> it's almost designed to create waste. the system will have to change for the waste generation to slow down some. >> i think you'll find both sides, my party, the left will be saying no changes to entitlements whatsoever. the far right, they'll be saying no revenue whatsoever. what needs to happen, what ultimately will happen will be something somewhere between the 40-yard line. >> when reagan was president and tip o'neill was speak
applause. >> mr. neely, did you attend 2010 western regional conference in las vegas? >> mr. chairman, on the advice of my counsel, i respectfully decline to answer based upon my fifth amendment constitutional privilege. >> i think the government agencies have almost gotten incestuous that, ok, i'll look the other way on what you're doing if you look the other way >> we're facing a very serious fiscal situation. the last four years we've experienced deficits of over $1 trillion a year. we've never had a trillion dollar deficit. >> we're running trillion dollar deficits. the way you get rid of it is a billion at a time. >> it's almost designed to create waste. the system will have to change for the waste generation to slow down some. >> i think you'll find both sides, my party, the left will be saying no changes to entitlements whatsoever. the far right, they'll be saying no revenue whatsoever. something somewhere between the 40-yard line. >> when reagan was president and tip o'neill was speaker of the house, and those are both extremes of both of the parties at the time, but they were
. president? the presiding officer: the majority leader. mr. reid: las vegas is the destination resort of the world. we may get a little static from new york about that, but it is a place where a lot of people want to go. we understand the importance about doing something about the lines at the airports as a result of sequestration. i'm also concerned about the little boys and girls who are knocked off head start. 70,000 of them. mr. president, i'm also concerned about medical research. duke university, i talked about yesterday, they're laying off 50 people who do some of the most important medical research there is: dealing with dread disease. i'm concerned about homeless veterans. the program will eliminate homeless veterans having a home. that's what sequestration does to them. so, mr. president, the reason that sequester is taking effect is because congress enacted it in law, budget control act 2011 the vast majority of republicans voted for this. the senate considered an alternative that would have altered the sequester but republicans blocked that earlier this year. now, mr. pr
the shooting at the las vegas courthouse, mr. daley was found to have an expired federal permit for selling weapons, and because of that, he was convicted. but, mr. president, mr. daley admirably has stepped forward. he admits having sold dozens of guns that were linked to violent crimes. i repeat, today mr. daley admirably wishes he had done more to keep the guns he sold out of the hands of criminals, and he has -- and he has stated many times that expanded background checks is the best way to do that. most gun owners, most gun dealers are responsible, law-abiding people. they love and respect firearms. they're sportsmen who hunt, they may take their weapons when they go hunting -- i'm sorry, fishi fishing. these are people who enjoy targeting shooting, who no longer hunt but they like to go out and plunk or they like to go to a range and shoot. they're citizens who simply want to protect themselves, their homes and their families. a better background check law won't infringe on second amendment rights in any way but it will prevent the small minority of people who want to obtain guns fo
goats, singing goats. >> break out to bon jovi. weove the goats. >> take that act t vegas. >> mr. roker has a special guest. >> when that goat lays an e whh is what i do just about every day. carl leonard is here. >> 25,000 volunteers are going out in one day all day to give about a half million books to people in nursi homes, little league games, diners, schools, all in one y. >> how did this get started? >> started in the uk about three years ago. >> what a great literary effort. what are some of the books? >> "phantom tollbooth" "lightning thie" >>lasss and contemporaries. worldbooknight.org for more information. >> let's check your weather and show you what we've got, a mix of snow and rain and thunderstorms making their way through missouri, plenty of sunshine making its way along the easte seaboard, gulf coast looking good, we've got sunny skies in the pacific northwest, 71 in portland today, some fog down in southe california, rain showers along the northeast and new england coast on up downeast maine and look for a few snow showers in the u.p. of michigan. sarah haines is bother
because she' kiend and complimentary. i'll ship tight you, mr. milbank. >> it's a con that las vegas price because i'm the least good looking. >> take it away, my friend. the floor is yours. what do you have. >> my friend david queue was an original conservative. when president -- david was inspired as many of us were and he helped create the new white house base. bush was eerg to apiece the right -- david became a source of mine and i reported on the bait and swach of bush's conservatism. in between david crashed his car and doctor's found a brain tu more. in his years of writing since then he never stopped praeching his believe that fellow conservatives should take greater interest in the lest of all of us david asked a favor. do something outrageous sclb, give way more than reasonable to a homeless person, take the family out for ice cream and only serve ice cream, all someone who you hurt and ask forgiveness. j. david quo david last night of brain cancer. he was 44. >> thank you so much. i would encourage folks to take a look at that obituary. it's on the washington post website. i did
for the documentary being made on me. it is chesapeake films out of las vegas. >> excellent. back to you, tom. >> that's howe you close a sale, moynihan. ann coulter, bill schulz, dino costa. i'm tom shillue. see you next time. o'reilly. good evening, mr. bill. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> the most gentle, the most nicest, the most love loving boy. the most loving. my boy. they killed him. >> bill: despite overwhelming evidence against her sons, the mother of the two accused terrorists refusing to accept reality. is she an enabler of the terrible boston bombing? we will debate that question. i think that krauthammer and o'reilly going after the president smelled a little bit like precursor is the president actually really a muslim? >> bill: beyond stupid? you bet. not unusual. as the craziness surrounding the boston terror attack is growing. we'll have mor
a park and private, not in las vegas outside new york, new york and monte carlo casinos, congested sidewalks, mr. pull get an outdoor plaza with trees, benches, food trucks and shops. entertainment donor of caesars palace building outdoor projects that will open. take a look at these stocks. rough market day. mgm and caesar's goes to the down side. a group of california investors submitted a formal offer to the nba to buy the sacramento kings hoping to stop the team from moving to seattle. business men, millionaires and teck executive top the seattle bed by twenty-five million. wonder what they will do now. the colorado river which supplies water to several desert cities and communities especially in arizona is being called the most endangered rivers in the nation. non-profit group american rivers has expanding population, fewer inches of snow and too many pipelines in the majestic river's supply. that is your west coast minute. dennis: the biggest swings for stocks in months putting investors on high alert. sandra smith has today's trade from the pits of the cme. sandra: technical
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